Reggie White Left NFL with Lasting Legacy Former NFL defensive star Reggie White died Sunday at age 43. White, who retired in 2000 as the all-time leader in quarterback sacks at the time, is regarded as a shoo-in for the NFL's Hall of Fame. Fox Sports announcer Curt Menefee offers a take on White's legacy as a player -- and an ordained minister.
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Reggie White Left NFL with Lasting Legacy

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Reggie White Left NFL with Lasting Legacy

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Reggie White Left NFL with Lasting Legacy

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Former NFL defensive star Reggie White died Sunday at age 43. White, who retired in 2000 as the all-time leader in quarterback sacks at the time, is regarded as a shoo-in for the NFL's Hall of Fame. Fox Sports announcer Curt Menefee offers a take on White's legacy as a player — and an ordained minister.